Reviews

‘iZombie’ 3×07 Review: Dirt Nap Time

iZombie‘s ‘Dirt Nap Time’ is the long suffering plague of all shows…the filler episode where they set aside really important issues to the way side to buy some time and fluff the season with micro issues. It’s only saving grace…

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” 4×22 Review: “World’s End”

Season 4 of Agents of SHIELD has been the best of the series’s run especially with its “Agents of HYDRA” arc. It has been almost perfect from the writing to the performances. One fear, however, in a season this good is…

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ 4×21 Review “The Return”

There is a lot of emotions that make us human. We spend lifetimes trying to figure them all out. In “The Return”, Aida (or as she now calls herself Ophelia) goes through these emotions of being a newly formed human…

‘American Gods’ 1×02 Review: Anansi’ Entrance, Shadow’s Grief, and the Power of Belief

If you were under the impression that Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods was going to get any less weird in it’s second episode, you’d be wholly and unequivocally wrong. Things always get weirder when it comes to Gaiman…

‘Supernatural’ 12×20 Review: The Bane Twins & The Lengths Hunters Would Go For Family

Supernatural‘s ‘Twigs & Twine & Tasha Banes’ showed us that hunter families really aren’t that different. No matter your upbringing, if the supernatural touched you then you are open to its power and pitfalls aka sacrificing yourself for the other.…

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ 4×20 Review : Farewell, Cruel World

  It has been a long while since a episode of tv has made me as nervous as “Farewell Cruel World” did while I was watching it. Don’t get me wrong though–This is a very good thing. As for much…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Episode Three Review: ‘Late’

In just three episodes, The Handmaid’s Tale has solidified itself as one of the best new TV series of 2017. While episodes one and two are jaw-dropping, episode three of The Handmaid’s Tale entitled “Late” will leave you speechless. There are several…

‘iZombie’ 3×05 Review: Spanking the Zombie Hits Us Hard with Major Lilywhite Feels

iZombie’s ‘Spanking the Zombie’ lured you into a false sense of security before slapping you down and making you realize you and everyone on this show doesn’t have any control over what’s going on in their lives. Well they have…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Episode Two Review: ‘Birth Day’

After a swift dive into the Republic of Gilead in episode one, The Handmaid’s Tale plunges audiences deeper into the world in episode two. Following up an impeccable premiere episode, The Handmaid’s Tale doesn’t give fans a time to breathe or process, instead…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Episode One Review: ‘Offred’

During televisions long history there have been several shows that have been so timely it’s scary. All in the Family discussed politics in the 1970s, Homeland deals with our greatest fears with terrorism, but there is something eerily timely about…

‘Supernatural’ 12×19 Review: Castiel Sees The Future & Forgets That Ohana Means Family

At the core of Supernatural’s The Future, and the show in it’s entirety, is this concept of family. It’s the heart of the show. But sometimes (a lot of times) it gets weighed down by people not trusting each other enough…

7 WTF Moments from ‘iZombie’s 3×04 Wag the Tongue Slowly

iZombie’s “Wag the Tongue Slowly” was admittedly a slow episode which nudged the plot along but didn’t give us any big wow moments or answers. It was used as a piece to show Ravi mourning what he did with his…

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ 4×19 Review: “All The Madame’s Men”

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 4 has been wall to wall excitement for the majority of the season but tonight’s had a different feel to it. Have you ever heard the phrase “The Calm before the Storm”? Well ‘All the Madame’s…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’: Season 2 review and Season 3 Wishes

  Sophomore slump is a term used by TV insiders which refers to a show that goes into it’s second season and, naturally, gets into a slight dip in quality. It does happen to some shows sometimes (some would put The…

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ 4×18 Review : “No Regrets”

If I had to sum up the Agents of HYDRA arc with one word it would be : Shocking. Shocking moments and shocking revelations have come at us non-stop in the Framework world. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D is a the top…

‘Gifted’ Movie Review: This One Can Wait for On Demand

I love Chris Evans. I know, I know – a lot of people are on the Chris Pine train, but there has always been something strong and yet vulnerable about Chris Evans that I have loved. So going to see…

Supernatural Review 12×18 Review: The Memory Remains

Ask and you shall receive. Last week, I was left wondering and worrying why I couldn’t understand what the Winchesters were doing this season. Supernatural‘s ‘The Memory Remains’ delivered on that question and gave me a completely different view of…

iZombie 3×02 Review: Zombie Knows Best

iZombie’s ‘Zombie Knows Best’ saw Liv and Major acting like a supportive father and obnoxious teenager duo while trying to solve a murder, Ravi finally deflating when it comes to his situation with Payton, and Clive getting flashbacks we never…

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D 4×17 Review : “Identity and Change”

When this “Agents of HYDRA” storyarc was announced, everyone knew it wasn’t going to be all sunshine and lollypops. It was expected to be a complex, dark storyarc. However, it is was darker than I ever thought it was going to…

Legends of Tomorrow 2×17 Review : “Aruba”

A question I asked myself right before I typed this was: How can I describe this episode of Legends of Tomorrow? So many words come to mind when I think of this season 2 finale: wild, funny, shocking, touching are among the…

iZombie 3×01 Review: Heaven Just Got a Little Bit Smoother

iZombie is expanding it’s world in it’s Season 3 premiere, entitled ‘Heaven Just Got a Little Bit Smoother’. In contrast to it’s title, things haven’t gotten any smoother. If anything, things have only gotten more complicated as the iZombie world…